Tours to Switzerland

Tours to Switzerland

Those who wish to book tours to Switzerland should prepare for maximum immersion in the original culture of this beautiful country, in the perfect combination of a measured flow of life and natural charm. Holidays in Switzerland are multifaceted, like this whole small original country, which in a small area was able to accommodate many historical and cultural attractions, nature reserves and national parks. The prestige factor is the biggest…

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Belgium Tourist Guide

Belgium Tourist Guide

Geographical position Belgium, located in Western Europe on the coast of the North Sea, borders France, Germany, Luxembourg and the Netherlands. Features of nature The many-sided Belgian landscape makes you fall in love with it at first sight: rivers and the Arden gorges, plains… The country’s special pride is the large Arden forest on the border with Germany and Luxeburg and wide sandy beaches on the north coast. Capital Brussels…

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Luxembourg Brief Information

Luxembourg Brief Information

The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg is bordered to the west and north by Belgium, to the east by Germany and to the south by France. Together with Belgium and the Netherlands, it is part of the Benelux. The capital is Luxembourg. The form of government is a Dualistic Constitutional Monarchy. Climate According to bridgat, Luxembourg is similar to the Netherlands and Belgium. Summer is warm the average July temperature is…

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Memo to a Tourist in Italy

Memo to a Tourist in Italy

DOCUMENTS: Issued one day before departure at the company’s office after 17-00. AIRLINE TICKETS: Check your air ticket carefully. The ticket indicates the local departure time of the aircraft. Flight check-in starts 2 hours 30 minutes before the departure time. The travel company is not responsible for the cancellation, delay or change of your flight. Please do not leave luggage and personal belongings unattended (our company is not responsible for…

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Malta Tourist Guide

Malta Tourist Guide

Brief information about the country The Maltese archipelago consists of three main islands: Malta, Gozo and Comino; and also from the many uninhabited – Cominotto, Filfla, St. Paul’s and others. Malta and its islands are located about 93 km south of Sicily and 230 km north of the coast of North Africa. The total area of ​​the archipelago is 316 sq. km (Malta – 246 sq. km, Gozo – 67…

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Iceland Tourist Information

Iceland Tourist Information

When heading to Iceland, do not forget to check the package with documents: a foreign passport with a visa to Iceland, a voucher for a hotel and ground services, a policy and an air ticket. Iceland: location. According to thesciencetutor, the island nation of Iceland is located on the island of the same name in the North Atlantic Ocean. The area of ​​the state is 103 thousand square kilometers. There…

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Germany Tourist Information

Germany Tourist Information

Germany: location. According to THESCIENCETUTOR.ORG, Germany is located in the center of Western Europe. Its neighbors are as many as 9 countries: Denmark (north), Poland and the Czech Republic (east), Austria and Switzerland (south), the Netherlands, Belgium, France and Luxembourg (west). Germany: capital. The capital of the country is one of the largest cities – Berlin. It consists of 12 districts, each of which has many attractions. The most interesting…

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Russia International Relations

Russia International Relations

With the collapse of the Soviet Union, the Russian Federation was slowly reintegrated into the international institutions that support the global economic system: in 1992 Russia joined the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank (Wb); in 1997 it was formally accepted into the G8 (only to be excluded with the outbreak of the crisis in Ukraine in November 2013), while in August 2012, after almost eighteen years of…

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Russian Literature During the 19th Century

Russian Literature During the 19th Century

Romanticism From the encounter-clash of the various trends that intersect at the beginning of the century, a predominant line emerges, represented by young nobles, lovers of poetry, innovators of the language, open to the spirit of sentimentality and Romanticism, although often anchored to the forms of eighteenth-century classicism ; some are collected in the Arzamas circle, such as V. Žukovskij, an excellent translator and author of very popular ballads; P.…

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Post-Soviet Russia

Post-Soviet Russia

From the very beginning, Russia had presented itself as the guarantor of the security of the entire former Soviet area, with the exception of the territory of the three Baltic republics, thus assuming heavy political, economic and even military commitments, especially in the points where national conflicts were in progress.. Moscow diplomacy sought, and not without success, to obtain from the West recognition of the particular role claimed, and in…

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